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Wednesday, June 20, 2007

Crime Report (6/20/07)


  • Occurred at 9:37 p.m. (6/19/07)- Park Street/ Marion Street

Rogelio Serratos of Waltham was placed under arrest for operating without a license. Serratos also received a citation for a one way violation.


  • Occurred at 5:03 a.m. (6/19/07)- 1316 Beacon Street

A rock was thrown through the front window of Dunkin Donuts. There was no apparent entry made into the store.


  • Between 1:20 pm (6/18) and 8:30 am (6/19)- 361 Brookline Public Library

A library employee reported that her digital camera was stolen from her locked office at the main Brookline Library branch. The camera had been in her desk drawer. The victim stated that her office is always locked, but all library staff have access to the office by a key swipe system.

  • Between 8:00 pm (6/15/07) and 11:55 am (6/19/07)- 1100 West Rox Pk

The victim reported that her Trek mountain bicycle was stolen from her open garage.


  • Between 12:30 a.m. and 7:00 a.m. (6/19/07)- 295 Russett Road

The victim’s locked motor vehicle was broken into, and an I Pod and an I Pod charger were stolen. There was no damage done to the vehicle. The victim reported that his two parent’s cars were also broken into at the same time.

  • Between 10:00 p.m. (6/12/07) and 8:26 p.m. (6/13/07)- 127 Chestnut St

The victim reported his motor vehicle had been broken into and the steering column had been broken. It appeared the window had been pried from the frame and pulled back so that the suspect good reach in and unlock the door.


  • Between 7:00 a.m. and 3:30 p.m. (6/19/07)- 111 Westbourne Terrace

The victim reported that her home had been broken into. Her Dell laptop and assorted jewelry were stolen from her bedroom. The suspect had gained entry by cutting the window screen to the bedroom and opening the window, which had been left slightly open. The suspect exited through the front door. The victim’s two roommates were not missing anything.

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